Set in an idyllic spot in the heart of the Brecon Beacons, this beautiful and imaginatively converted coach house offers spacious and welcoming accommodation for a large family or a group of friends.
Enjoying tranquil rural surroundings, this is a wonderful holiday base for exploring the Brecon Beacons. The charming village of Bwlch is just a mile away and marks the start of the family-friendly Bwlch With Altitude walk. The nearby village of Llangorse (2 miles) overlooks the largest freshwater lake in South Wales and is home to the popular Llangorse Activity Centre. There are some delightful pubs and restaurants in the area serving a range of local produce. The property is centrally situated between the bustling market town of Brecon (8.5 miles) and Crickhowell – home of the fantastic Crickhowell Walking Festival (8 miles), with plenty of opportunities for activities including pony trekking, walking, mountaineering and foraging.
This light and attractively furnished house is accessed via a number of steps leading up from an old cobbled garden path. The ground floor features the bright and stylish kitchen which is fully equipped with a range-style oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, ice cream maker and bread maker. The nearby utility room houses the washing machine, tumble dryer and an extra fridge and freezer. You can share a favourite family meal in the dining area which has a long refectory table. There are also four bedrooms on the ground floor: two twin rooms, a single and a bunk bedroom. One of the bedrooms also makes a great children’s playroom with an X-Box 360, CD, SkyTV and DVD. The ground floor also offers a shower room complete with a power shower and WC. Heading upstairs, you will find the spacious and relaxing lounge which has a beamed ceiling, exposed stonework and leads out onto a balcony with beautiful views over the meadows. This is a lovely space to relax in, with a central wood burner, comfortable sofas, a selection of books and games, some antique pieces, a TV and a telescope. The master bedroom is also upstairs: a king-size room with an iron bedstead, a low sloping ceiling and a small dressing room which has space for a cot or camp bed ideal for a younger child. The bedroom also provides access to the bathroom which has a bath, hand-held shower attachment and WC.
French doors open out onto the large enclosed sheltered garden which has plenty of room for children to play and run about. There’s also garden furniture so you can sit back and enjoy a spot of al fresco dining and take in the stunning far-reaching views.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.